Life Catalyst Curriculum is used in the Life Catalyst Model of Life Coaching (teaching and life coaching skills combined) for overcoming the obstacle in a life. The sessions are built around these modules. Within each module there are individual courses divided into sessions. Each course has a syllabus and power point. This curriculum can be purchased apart from the life coaching certification and degree program but the curriculum is included in the certification and degree program.  

Courses in Bold

The number by some courses is the number of sessions.

MODULE ONE

 

MENTORING (1)

 

THE POWER OF EXAMPLE (2)

Contains:

THE POWER OF EXAMPLE

The Power Of Influence

What Is Influence

You Are An Influential Person

Someone Depends on You and Follows You

The Power of Example

How We Influence People

Salt

Light

Words

Actions

 

THE POWER OF DESIRE (1)

Contains:

THE POWER OF DESIRE

Everybody Wants To Be A Success

What Is Your Desire?

The Power Of Desire

 

 

MODULE TWO

 

ATTITUDE (2 Sessions)

Contains:

THE ALTITUDE OF ATTITUDE

What Is An Attitude?

Why Is The Attitude Important?

Our Attitude Determines Our Approach To Life

Our Attitude Determines Our Relationship With People

Often Our Attitude Is The Only Difference Between Success And Failure

Our Attitude Can Turn Our Problems Into Blessings

Our Attitude Can Give US An Uncommonly Positive Perspective

 

CHOOSE YOUR ATTITUDE—CHANGE YOUR LIFE

Contains:

Five Basic Principles About Attitudes That Are Foundational To Our Understanding

Attitudes Always Cause Actions Or Reactions

Your Attitude Is Always Your Choice And Responsibility

Materials That Are Uses In Constructing An Attitude

Personality/ Temperament

Environment—What Is Around Me

Word Expression—What I hear

Adult Acceptance/Affirmation—What I feel

Self-Image—How I See Myself

Exposure To New Experiences—Opportunities For Growth

Association With Peers—Who Influenced Me

Physical Appearance—How We Look To Others

Marriage, Family And Job—Our Security And Status

The Costliest Mistake People Make In Constructing An Attitude

 

 

GROWTH (2)

Principle

Power

Prerequisites

Recognition

Readiness

Relationship

 

 

MODULE THREE

 

SELF-DESTRUCTIVE BEHAVIOR (14)

Contains:

SELF-DESTRUCTIVE BEHAVIOR

I. HOW SELF-DESTRUCTIVE BEHAVIORS ARE BORN

What is a self-destructive behavior?

Some Common Self-destructive Behaviors

The Nature of Self-destructive Behaviors

II. WHY SELF-DESTRUCTIVE BEHAVIORS ARE PERPETUATED

Living Fearfully

What Fear Does To Us

The Cure And Remedy For Fear

How Fear Works

The Form Fear Takes

Making Choices

Why People Choose To Destroy Themselves

Need to look at two things:

  1. The Nature OF Choice Itself
  2. And The Mind Of The Person Who IS Faced With A Choice

 

III. HOW SELF-DESTRUCTIVE BEHAVIORS ARE PRACTICED

Self-destructive Techniques

Two Categories:

  1. Internal techniques
  2. External techniques

Prices

IV.  HOW SELF-DESTRUCTIVE BEHAVIORS CAN BE REPLACED

The Road To A Breakthrough

A Program For Change

The Importance Of Honest Ownership

 

VERBAL INTEGRITY

 

 

ANGER (11)

Contains:

Anger Languages

1. The Hornet

2. The Squirrel

3. The Tiger

4. The cobra

The elements of Anger have to do with:

1.  Body—The Feeling

2. The Mind

3. What we have learned about it in our lives

4. The present specific situation

A Nasty Cousin—Rage

Angry Children

Anger And Grief

Women And Anger

Men And Anger

Distorted Thinking

The Errors in Thinking

 

GRIEF (3)

 

Ten steps of grief

Support Group for grief

 

GRIEF MANAGEMENT

 

CONFLICT RESOLUTION (RESOLVING TO RESOLVE)

 

ANGER DEAL WITH IT OR IT WILL DEAL WITH YOU

 

MANAGING YOUR ANGER

 

CRISES MANAGEMENT

 

 

MODULE FOUR

 

THE MAKING OF CHARACTER (6)

Contains

THE MAKING OF CHARACTER: HABITS

Two Conditions For Change

The First Condition—You must really want to change

The Second Condition—You must fully accept responsibility for your behavior

 

THE PROBLEM IS ADDICTION

 

ADDICTIVE PERSONALITIES

 

OVERCOMING ADDICTION

Contains:

Tobacco

Alcohol

Drugs

Three ingredients of drug addiction

The substance

The Individual

The opportunity

Why is drug addiction so devastating?

The Impact of Drug Addiction on Society

Pornography Addiction

Gambling Addiction

 

STAYING ADDICTION FREE

 

 DETERMINATION (1)

Contains:

THE VITAL VIRTUE

Quitting Points

Crashing through the quitting points

The Power of Steadfastness

 

 TIME (1)

Contains

TIME

I.  What Time Is

II. The Gift Of Time

III. Redeeming The Time

 

 

MODULE FIVE

 

 DEPRESSION (4)

 What is depression?

What causes depression?

Am I depressed?

Wakefield Self-Report Questionnaire

How is depression treated?

Breaking Free From Depression

You Can Beat Depression

How to coach Depression

How to Talk to Yourself

 

 EGO-SELF-ESTEEM (3)

Contains:

What is self-esteem?

Self-Esteem Assessment

EGO

 

 LONELINESS (1)

Contains:

What is loneliness?

Dealing With Guilt

 

 CONTENTMENT (1)

 

 

MODULE SIX

 

RELATIONSHIPS (INCLUDING AVOIDING ABUSIVE RELATIONSHIPS)

 

 COURTSHIP (2)

Contains:

The Six Stages of Dating:

Friendship

Casual dating

Special dating

Going steady

Engaged-to-be-engaged

Formal engagement

 

 MARRIAGE-COMMITMENT (1)

Contains:

WHEN DOES MARRIAGE BEGIN

 

Marriage begins with the vow

 

 SIX WORKS OF MARRIAGE (8)

Contains:

THE SIX WORKS OF MARRIAGE

The first work: truthfulness and dependability

The second work: sharing the work of survival

The third work: talking and listening

The fourth Work: making love

Fifth work: Faithfulness

The sixth work: Forgiveness

 

KEYS TO A SUCCESSFUL MARRIAGE

REMARRIAGE

YOU CAN HAVE A GREAT MARRIAGE

DIVORCE RECOVERY

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

 

MONEY (10)

Contains:

MONEY AND MARRIAGE

BASIC MONEY MANAGEMENT

 

 FAMILY (4)

Contains:

THIS WORLD IS NOT FAMILY FRIENDLY

I. THE ODDS ARE AGAINST THE FAMILY

II. THE EPIDEMIC OF DYSFUNCTIONALISM

III. HOW DID FAMILIES GET INTO THIS MESS?

IV. WE HAVE LIBERATED MOM, BUT TO WHAT?

V. BACK TO OUR ROOTS

VI. GROWING UP ABSURD IN THE 21ST CENTURY

VII. DON’T FORGET

VIII. WHY NOT TRY?


IX. SINGLE PARENTING

X. STEP-FAMILIES

XI. ELDER-CARE

XI. DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

 

COURSE ON DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

 

BE A MAN

 

Divorce Recovery

 

 

MODULE SEVEN

 

 PARENTING (50)

Contains:

Five Needs of Parents

 

The need for understanding yourself

The need for understanding your child

The need for a close family

The need for moral behavior

The need for a shared faith

Support Group for Parents

 

GRAND PARENTING

 

PRE-PARENTING

 

BULLYING

 

MODULE EIGHT

 

STRESS MANAGEMENT

 

POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS MANAGEMENT

 

ANXIETY STRESS AND FEAR

 

ALL STRESSED UP AND NO-PLACE TO BLOW

 

TIME MANAGEMENT

 

WELLNESS

 

MODULE NINE

 

WHAT EVERY YOUNG PERSON SHOULD KNOW

 

JUDGE FOR YOURSELF

 

Many of the other courses can be used for young people.

 

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